Insure Oklahoma Extended

Insure Oklahoma Extended

Governor Mary Fallin announced Friday that the state of Oklahoma has negotiated a one-year extension for the Insure Oklahoma program that provides health insurance for nearly 30,000 low-income Oklahomans. Ealier this year the federal government announced it would not continue its support of the program and benefits would expire the end of the year. "This is a big win for Oklahoma and the tens of thousands of adults and children who currently buy health insurance through Insure Oklahoma," said Fallin. "These Oklahomans and their families can now rest easy knowing that they won't lose their insurance on January 1."


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